Guess Who by Beth Harwood
  

Synopsis

Guess Who by Beth Harwood

The Amazing Baby[registered] Changing picture books include slider mechanisms or lenticular panels to engage the baby reader. The latest additions to this format feature slotand - slider mechanisms that allow an additional 'layer' to appear above or to the side of the page. In Guess Who? see baby's toys appear as if by magic. One Little Bunny! is an early counting book that asks the child to count the number of animals on the page before revealing the answer through moving the slot -slider up.

Reviews

'High quality photography and images, and the combination of text, images and novelty make these books fun and stimulating for parents and babies to share.'

About the Author

Beth Harwood graduated from the University of Derby in 1999 with
a degree in Experience of Writing with Film and Television Studies.

Beth lives in Surrey and enjoys reading, taking part in long charity walks,
making customised greetings cards, singing with her choir, visiting
Sweden, photographing Brighton, taking in live bands and indulging in
long, uninterrupted bouts of writing.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
8 pages
Interest Age: 8-9 months+

Author

Beth Harwood
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Publisher

Amazing Baby an imprint of Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st November 2006

ISBN

9781904513476


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